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Game Report: Cardinals 5, Giants 3
Game Report: Cardinals 5, Giants 3
Matt Adams doubled in two runs with two outs in the eighth inning to break a 3-3 tie Friday night and give the Cardinals a win that let them maintain their hold on the second wild-card spot.
Rosenthal's rehab is on schedule for 2019 return
Rosenthal's rehab is on schedule for 2019 return
A year after undergoing Tommy John surgery, former Cardinals' closer Trevor Rosenthal is ramping up his workouts as the free agent targets a return to the mound in 2019.
Ten Cardinals to watch in September playoff push
Ten Cardinals to watch in September playoff push
The Cardinals collectively will have a lot at stake in September as the team battles for a playoff spot. Individually, these are the 10 Cardinals with perhaps the most at stake in the final month.
Cardinals drop interim tag from Shildt's title
Cardinals drop interim tag from Shildt's title
The Cardinals dropped the interim tag on Mike Shildt's job title on Tuesday and signed him to a two-year contract to manage the team, 46 days and 38 games after he got the job.
Fuller liked baseball challenge more than football
Fuller liked baseball challenge more than football
Terry Fuller could be preparing to begin the college football season at Alabama or Auburn this week but instead he's trying to help the Cardinals' rookie level team win a league championship.
Will Bader be able to qualify for a Gold Glove?
Will Bader be able to qualify for a Gold Glove?
Because of how little he played during the first half of the season, Harrison Bader needs to play almost every inning in the next two weeks to become eligible to win a Rawlings Gold Glove award.
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From the monthly archives: December 2015

We are pleased to present below all posts archived in 'December 2015'. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box.

Remembering STLSportsPage's favorite stories from 2015

Our favorite stories from 2015 included the adventures of former teammates David Peralta and Jon Edwards on the rookie-level Johnson City Cardinals in 2007, who each made it to the majors - but with an odd twist. 

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A look back at notable St. Louis sports deaths in 2015

Former Cardinals pitcher Joaquin Andujar was one of the notable deaths in the St. Louis sports world during 2015. We look back at the list. 

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Top St. Louis sports stories of 2015 - number two

Coming in second on our list of the top stories of the year in  St. Louis sports was free agent outfielder Jason Heyward leaving the Cardinals to sign an eight-year contract with the rival Chicago Cubs. 

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Top St. Louis sports stories of 2015 - number four

Coming in fourth on our list of the top stories of 2015 in St. Louis sports was the Cardinals winning 100 games and the NL Central, then losing in the Division Series to the Cubs. 

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Top St. Louis sports stories of 2015 - number five

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The story coming in fifth on our list of the top seven stories of 2015 in St. Louis sports was the almost season-ending injury to Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright, who tore his Achilles tendon on April 25. 

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Sports world reacts to death of Post-Dispatch columnist Joe Strauss

The sports world reacted quickly Sunday to the news that Post-Dispatch columnist Joe Strauss had died of complications from leukemia. Strauss was 54 and is survived by his wife and daughter. 

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Top stories in St. Louis sports in 2015 – number seven

For the fourth consecutive year, STLSportsPage is counting down the top seven stories of the year in St. Louis sports. Coming in seventh on the list was the alleged hacking of the Astros' computer database by a Cardinals employee.

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Plenty to like about Cardinals' signing of free agent Mike Leake

The first thing Cardinals' fans should do in evaluating the signing of free agent pitcher Mike Leake is to forget about the money involved. There are multiple reasons to like this five-year deal. 

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Press Conference interviews with John Mozeliak, Mike Leake

Here are the interviews from the Press conference where the Cardinals introduced Mike Leake to the media.

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Molina has second surgery on thumb, could miss spring training

The Cardinals said Wednesday that Yadier Molina had to go undergo a second operation on his left thumb on Tuesday that could force him to miss most of spring training. 

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